- The junior partner in a paederastic relationship.
Etymology: First attested in English in 1593<ref name="EOD-etymdate">The Online Etymology Dictionary, Â 2001 Douglas Harper</ref>: from (term, Catamitus, CatamÄtus, lang=la), from (Ett.) (term, Catmite), from Ancient Greek (term, sc=polytonic, , tr=GanumádÄs, , Ganymede, lang=grc); in w:Greek mythology, Greek mythology, an attractive Trojan boy abducted to w:Mount Olympus, Mount ílympos by the god Zeus to become his cupbearer and, later, his lover.
- 2007: w:Esther Hall, Esther Hall as w:Minor characters of Rome
- Lyde, Lyde in Episode XVII (episode V of season II): w:Heroes of the Republic, "Heroes of the Republic" of w:Rome (TV series), Rome on the 4th day (and repeated on the 6th day) of July, 2007
- : And what about your brother? "Is he to be a ?
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